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Glass Gauges

These glass tunnels have just hit the shop and they are the perfect option for accessorizing this spring! Glass is a fantastic way to show off your stretched ears due to the versatile and durability of it (it is not as fragile as one would think!)! This is a great option for people who have metal sensitivities or need a new way to accessorize their piercings!

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Glass Gauges

Glass plugs are the coolest, aren’t they? You spent so much time stretching your ears, it’s now time to show them off. That means inside and out! Check out these favorites that just hit the Urban Body Jewelry store.

These pieces are all diachroic glass plugs. This means that they reflect a number of different colors of light, oftentimes crossing over each other to create a rainbow of colors as they overlap. Just check out these coastal dichroic glass plugs. They start with a light orange, into yellow, green, light blue to a darker blue, seamlessly. That’s truly an oceanic colour scheme, don’t you think? Flowing from color to color just like a reflection on the sea! Available in size: 2G, 0G, 00G, 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1 inch, and 1 & 1/8" inch.

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Double Flared Arcadia Pink and Purple Dichroic Glass Plugs will also show a gorgeous array of colors depending on which ever way your body turns! Look at that picture! From bright purple and a bright pink, with a little black, grey, blue, green, yellow and ever red thrown in! They’re super cute. Available in 2G, 0G, 00G, 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1 inch, and 1 & 1/8" inch.

But if those are a little much for you, stay mellow with these arcadia blue and green dichroic glass plugs. They look just like the floor of the ocean!

Dichroic Glass

Would you wear these? Shop them now and more styles of glass plugs right here.

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Best Plugs & Gauges

2017 is all about ear piercings. That means stocking up on all of the beautiful plugs to go with your new conch piercing or diving head first into the delicate trend. Whichever way you go, we’ve got tons of options for you!

Opalite Glass Plugs

This year is all about opalite, opalite, opalite.

Whether it’s pink or classic milky white we’re in love with opalite. It gives your stretched ears a subtle ghostly vibe, all while mimicking the classic opal stone. They’re great for freshly stretched ears as well.

Just check out how classic these golden lotus opalite encrusted plugs are!

Opal Eyelets

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Gothic Piercing Jewelry Styles

We’ve all seen black piercing jewelry and the typical pointed stud jewelry, but what can you wear when you want to go all out Goth? Well, using the typical motifs of the Goth subculture I summoned up this list of Gothic piercing jewelry you won’t want to miss!


When it comes to crosses and crucifixes there are so many options! This crucifix tongue ring is the coolest thing ever. There are also a whole heap of fake plugs with awesome cross designs like this steel version or these more basic silver on black cross plugs.

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New Wooden Gauges 2017

There are a few rules to wooden plugs. Keep them smelling nice and from splitting by oiling them up with jojoba oil. Never soak them in water or swim in them. And never wear them in healing piercings. Other than all this, they're an awesome organic style of plug that are light weight and look great! Just check out the newest styles that just hit the store!

Ying Yang Gauges

These yin and yang inlayed wood plugs feature a variety of wood finish. For the chocolate brown base is saba wood, the black half of the inlay is areng wood and the white is crocodile wood in order to make a 100% wood plug without any staining! Pretty incredible the variety of colors wood can be!

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Stone Plugs 2017

Stone plugs are great to look at, great for your ears and are an easy natural plug to look after. Simply give them a wipe over when they need it! Give your ears a break from all that plastic, or simply change it up with our organic range of stone plugs in tonnes of styles. Check out these new styles that just hit the store.

Double Flare Gold Obsidian Stone Plugs

You might be surprised to look at it, but Obsidian isn't quite a stone. It's a volcanic rock and comes in all kinds of shades from green and purple to rainbow and, like these double flared gold obsidian plugs here, gold!

These gold obsidian plugs are awesome because they change from a darker black to a more opaque gold color depending on the light. They'll make any black on black outfit go from boring to dimensional.

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Beautiful Plug Styles

Wooden plugs aren’t just beautiful; they’re also surprisingly easy to look after! So, don’t be scared off from opting for a look that’s a little bit different and pick yourself up a pair of organic wooden plugs. Here are just some of our favorites that we recommend you pick up ASAP. What are you waiting for?

When shopping wooden plugs – even if you want to stay entirely organic and natural – you still have a huge range of color. Wood can easily be stained or, depending on the source, can come in lots of natural shades. These almost black carved ebony plugs for example! Or on the other side of the color scale, these almost white tamarind wood tunnels.

Tamarind Wooden Plugs Gauges

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50/50 Stone Plugs Collection 2017

These plugs are awesome! The 50/50 plug collection is bound to attract those who love stone plugs with a unique twist to them. Starting with two colors options, we decided to make the first two styles a color combination that everyone would like. However, if these aren't for you, we will be releasing new combinations in the coming months. They are available in sizes / gauges 00G, 1/2", 9/16", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 1 inch, 1 & 1/8" inch, and 1 & 1/4" inch.

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We just added 10 new styles of hangers / spirals to the collection. Made from various organic materials such as areng & saba wood, water buffalo horn, and bone. Sizes / gauges available in 8g, 6g, 4g, 2g, 0g, 00g, 1/2", 9/16", and 5/8" depending on which style you pick. These are sold in pairs. Switch it up and try a new piece that fits your personality and style. As always, free shipping on domestic orders over $20.

Swan Wood Hangers

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Carved Swan Wood Hangers Gauges


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Stone Ear Weights

Two new styles of stone ear weights were just added to the shop. Available in five different popular stones. These are not meant to be worn full time or used to stretch your ears with. Made for stretched lobes 1/2" and bigger. Check out the links below to browse the weights that fits your style.


Turquoise Howlite Stone Keyhole Ear weights

Rhodonite Stone Keyhole Ear Weights

Aventurine Stone Keyhole Ear Weights

Obsidian Stone Keyhole Ear Weights

Opalite Glass Keyhole Ear Weights

Keyhole Stone Ear Weights

Turquoise Howlite Stone Key Square Ear weights

Rhodonite Stone  Key Square Ear weights

Aventurine Stone  Key Square Ear weights

Obsidian Stone Key Square Ear weights

Opalite Glass  Key Square Ear weights

Each piece will be slightly different due to the nature of the stone.

Key Square Stone Ear Weights

All weights are sold in pairs (2pc) and range from $40/pair to $50/pair.

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Single Flare Or Double Flare Plugs?

If you are in the piercing world and interested in stretched ears, then it may be good for you to know the difference between a single and double flare plug. Or how about starting with what a plug is? A plug is a cylindrical piece of jewelry that is used to fill a stretched piercing, most commonly an ear piercing. It can be made of a variety of materials and comes in a variety of styles as well.

A single flared plug has a flared end, like a lip, that usually faces towards the front of the piercing. This flared side is what keeps the jewelry on and in place. The other side is standard and stays on with an o-ring. This type of plug makes it look as if the hole is actually larger than it is. Due to the o-ring, this type of plug has less styles and materials available than the double flared plug. Single-flared plugs have a groove in the plug to hold the o-ring in place.

A double flared plug has a flared end on both sides of the cylindrical piece of jewelry. This piercing requires the hole to be big enough for the flare to fit through, which is usually larger than your gauge size.

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If you want your ear stretching to become the target of everyone’s attention, then these awesome plugs may be just what you need. These double flare plugs feature a turquoise spiral delicately hard crafted with a crushed turquoise stone inlay design. They’re made of sono wood, without any stains, meaning that your stretched ears will be exposed to only natural wood. Sold in pairs, these beauties come in all of the following sizes: 6 gauge (4mm) , 4 gauge (5mm), 2 gauge (6mm) , 0 gauge (8mm) , 00 gauge (10mm), 1/2 inch (12mm), 9/16 inch (14mm), 5/8 inch (16mm), 3/4 inch (19mm) , 7/8 inch (22mm) , and 1 inch (25mm). Cehck them out on the shop:

Target Turquoise Wood Plugs

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